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A commuter has 245 dollars in his commuter savings account. this account changes by -15 dollars each week he buys a ticket. In one time period, the account charged by -240 dollars. For how many weeks did the commuter buy tickets
How much must he add to his account if he wants to have 20 weeks worth of tickets in his account ?

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  1. 240 / 15 = 16 weeks

    (15 * 20) - 5 = ?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. 295

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  3. he has 300

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  4. he needs to put in 300 dollars

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  5. its 295 for the second question stupiiiid
    =)

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